LOS ANGELES --There's now a reward in an effort to track down suspects in the shootings of two California condors.The birds were shot in Monterey County and are being treated at the L.A. Zoo for their wounds and lead poisoning.
The L.A. Times reports authorities are offering more than $40,000 for information -- one of the largest rewards ever offered in such a case.
The reward was established by a coalition of environmental and wildlife groups.
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